Public Statement: In Solidarity with the First Balkans Trans Intersex March in Zagreb, Croatia
The first Balkans Trans Intersex Pride march in Zagreb, Croatia, gathering participants from across the region, is due to take place on 30 March – one day before Transgender Day of Visibility. Amnesty International supports trans and intersex people and their allies participating at the march and has called on the Croatian authorities to ensure the march can go ahead without hindrance, and that participants are protected from harassment, intimidation and violence.
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